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DROPS 93-24 by DROPS Design

DROPS Gloves in moss stitch in Karisma Superwash

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Size: S (M/L)

Materials: Karisma Superwash
100g colour no 01, off-white

DROPS double pointed needles size 3mm

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pattern type: gloves, pattern/technique: texture,

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Knitting tension: 23 sts x 32 rows on needles size 3mm in stocking stitch = 10x10cm

Bubble: knit 5 sts in same st (from front and into back of st alternately), knit 4 rows stocking st over these 5 sts, turn, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st st, then 3rd st over 1st st, 4th st over 1st st and 5th st over 1st st = 1 st left

Rib: *knit 1, purl 1*, repeat from *-*

Moss Stitch: 1st row: knit 1, purl 1, 2nd row: purl over knit, knit over purl. Repeat these 2 rows.

Right glove: Cast on 60 sts using 3mm double pointed needles and Karisma. Knit 2 rounds moss stitch. Knit next round as follows: *knit 4 (moss), 1 bubble*, repeat from *-* until the end of round. Knit 5 (6) cm moss stitch. Now knit 2 cm rib whilst decreasing 18 (16) sts evenly on first round = 42 (44) sts and increasing 2 (4) sts evenly on last round of rib = 44 (48) sts. Knit next round as follows: 22 (24) sts moss stitch (= top of hand), 1 st stocking stitch for thumb (insert marking thread in st), 21 (22) sts moss stitch (= palm of hand). Measure piece from here from now on! When piece measures 1 cm increase for thumb on both sides of marking thread as follows: increase 1 st on every 3rd row a total of 5 (6) times = 54 (60) sts – knit increased sts in stocking stitch. After the last increase, put the 11 (13) thumb sts on thread. On next round, cast on 1 new st over these = 44 (48) sts. Continue until piece measures 10 (11) cm. Put the 22 (24) sts for top of hand on thread = thread 1, and the 22 (24) for palm of hand on another thread = thread 2.
Little finger: Take 4 (5) sts form thread 1, and 4 (5) sts from thread 2, and cast on 1 new st towards ring finger (knit this st in stocking stitch) = 9 (11) sts. Knit moss stitch until finger measures 5 (6) cm, on next round knit all sts 2 and 2 together and pull thread through remaining sts.
Put all sts from both threads back on needles and knit 3 rounds moss stitch and stocking stitch as before. Now put sts back on thread 1 and thread 2.
Ring Finger: Take 6 (6) sts from thread 1, and 6 (7) sts from thread 2, and cast on 1 new st towards middle finger and 1 towards little finger (knit these sts in stocking stitch) = 14 (15) sts. Knit moss stitch until finger measures 6 (7) cm, on next round knit all sts 2 and 2 together and pull thread through remaining sts.
Middle finger: Take 6 (7) sts from thread 1, and 6 (6) sts from thread 2, and cast on 1 new st towards index finger and 1 towards ring finger (knit these sts in stocking stitch) = 14 (15) sts. Knit moss stitch until finger measures 7 (8) cm, on next round knit all sts 2 and 2 together and pull thread through remaining sts.
Index finger: Take 6 (6) sts from thread 1, and 6 (6) sts from thread 2, and cast on 1 new st towards middle finger (knit this st in stocking stitch) = 13 (13) sts. Knit as ring finger.
Thumb: Put the 11 (13) thumb sts back on needle and cast on 3 new sts behind these = 14 (16) sts. Knit approx 5 (6) cm rib, knit all sts 2 and 2 together and cast off as on the other fingers.

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